Charles Ingram Armitage (28 April 1849 at Birkby Grange, Huddersfield, Yorkshire - 24 April 1917 at High Royd House, Honley, Yorkshire) played first class cricket for Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Although he appeared just three times, his career spanned six years, from 1873 to 1878. His father-in-law was the first-class cricketer J.W. Coates. Although a left arm fast bowler, he failed to take a wicket for Yorkshire - he bowled just one spell of six overs, two maidens, for 29 runs. He found little more success with the bat, scoring just 26 runs in his five innings in the middle order, with a top score of 12 and an average of 5.2. He made no catches. The first of his two appearances in 1873 was against Gloucestershire at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, in July. orkshire\s decision to bat after winning the toss proved unwise as they were skittled out for 113, with Armitage at number six run
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